New Homes in Kensington and Chelsea
The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is London's smallest borough and home to some of the world's most valuable real estate. With famous shopping streets, a rich cultural heritage and a dazzling array of high-end homes, it attracts buyers from across the globe. If you’re looking for a luxury property in the heart of the Capital, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is the discerning choice.
Browse the list of developments below to view all new homes and flats in and around Kensington and Chelsea.
Live the Kensington and Chelsea life
It may be small, but Kensington and Chelsea has a huge reputation as one of the most desirable parts of London to buy a home. Property in the local area doesn’t come cheap, but we could help you make a significant saving through offers such as our Movemaker scheme, where we’ll pay the estate agent fees that come with selling your existing home.
Things to see and do in Kensington and Chelsea
The borough is overflowing with world-class attractions you can never tire of visiting, including the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum. From the Saatchi Gallery, Graffik Gallery and Design Museum to the Clockmakers’ Museum, National Army Museum and the Museum of Brands, there really is something for everyone.
Whether you’re taking the kids to the Diana, Princess of Wales’ Memorial Playground next to Kensington Palace with its royal museum and beautiful gardens or going for a run through Hyde Park, you can also enjoy a stroll with the dog through Holland Park. Don’t miss the stylish King’s Road, Portobello Road with its markets and vintage shops, or the pretty Chelsea Physic Garden either.
This is a wonderful place to live if you have children, with an array of primary schools rated as outstanding by Ofsted. This includes Colville Primary in Notting Hill, North Kensington’s Bevington Primary and Christ Church CofE in Chelsea, as well as St Barnabas and St Philip’s CofE in Kensington, Ashburnham Community School just off the famous King’s Road and South Kensington’s Our Lady of Victories RC Primary.
There’s also a collection of secondary schools which are also in the education board’s top bracket, including Holland Park School, Kensington Aldridge Academy and Saint Thomas More Language College. Top independents include the all-through Queen’s Gate School for girls, Kensington Park School and the mixed Thomas’s Kensington.
Kensington and Chelsea transport links
The borough is served by more than 30 bus routes, while the 13 London Underground stations provide access to the Central, Circle, District, Hammersmith & City and Piccadilly lines. Kensington Olympia and West Brompton train stations can be found along the western border, while Shepherd’s Bush and Imperial Wharf are also nearby. The A4 road passes through the south of the borough, heading west to the M4 motorway and on to the M25.
The Kensington and Chelsea property scene
As such a sought-after part of the capital, house prices in Kensington and Chelsea are around four times higher than the London average. With such a strong property market, this is an incredible place to buy a new home, both as an investment for your lifestyle right now and for your financial future.You can invest in the local area less than two miles from the borough’s western border along Western Avenue in Acton, where you’ll find the stunning Western Circus development with beautiful apartments that benefit from communal gardens and a supermarket. You’ll need to be quick though, so give us a call today and enquire about offers such as to help you get moving.